Last 60 with my 50 – Street Portrait 1

Let’s close the series of Saudi with the true protagonists of our adventure in the Kingdom: the people!

This is in fact more an exercise to win my shyness with one-on-one photography than a comprehensive collection of portraits of the people we’ve met.

Additionally, this is yet another proof of how friendly, open and warm the Saudi people (and the people in Saudi)  have been to us: many, but not all, of the portraits of this series were taken to completely unknown people that we met in the street and were asked to pose for me.

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Mamun, from Bangladesh. He is a taylor in Tabuk. In Saudi to work and sustain his family back in Dhaka.

—++— DISCLAIMER –++–

No one of the models have been forced and none of these picture was ‘stolen’:  all the models were asked for the permission to take portrait. Moreover, I got the permission to post on my blog from each of them…should anyone change his mind at anytime in the future…just let me know!

1 thought on “Last 60 with my 50 – Street Portrait 1”

  1. Prego: traduci!

    Il 02 Giu 2017 1:14 PM, “Ruggero Pellegrin” ha scritto:

    > ruggeropellegrin posted: “Let’s close the series of Saudi with the true > protagonists of our adventure in the Kingdom: the people! This is in fact > more an exercise to win my shyness with one-on-one photography than a > comprehensive collection of portraits of the people we’ve met. ” >

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